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Reshad Jones nominated for Clutch Performer of Week after endzone interception

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The Miami Dolphins beat the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday. Safety Reshad Jones' fourth quarter interception of Mark Sanchez has been nominated for the Clutch Performer of the Week award.

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It is time to get out the vote again. Miami Dolphins safety Reshad Jones has been nominated for the Castrol Edge Clutch Performer of the Week, an award that is determined by a fan vote. Jones' nomination comes for his fourth quarter interception of the Philadelphia Eagles' Mark Sanchez, an interception that took place in the end zone with under five minutes remaining in the game, and Miami holding a one point lead.

You can vote for Jones here.

Jones' nomination pits him against the Arizona Cardinals' Andre Ellington (48-yard touchdown run to give the Cardinals the 39-32 win over the Seattle Seahawks), the New England Patriots' Stephen Gostkowski (54-yard field goal with one second remaining to beat the New York Giants 27-26), the Detroit Lions' Matthew Stafford (4-yard touchdown pass with 1:57 remaining to beat the Green Bay Packers 18-16), and the Houston Texans' DeAndre Hopkins (22-yard touchdown reception in the fourth quarter to beat the Cincinnati Bengals 10-6).